New York

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This page serves as the primary resource for editors of New York. Review all the sections to better understand how the guidelines for this state might deviate from the overall USA or worldwide guidelines. If you have any comments or questions about this page or state refer to the community links below.

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New Guidance for Parking Lot Areas (PLAs) Keep in mind the notice at the top of the page: for the time being this guidance is strictly for fixing existing PLAs on the map, don't create new PLAs until you hear further guidance from your SMs/RC PesachZ (talk) 06:13, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
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The Validator script has special support for New York. It customizes Validator with our unique rules and needs, and adds three map resource buttons (for NYS Orthos GIS maps, NY DOT FC Viewer, and NYCityMap). Please install the localization script (along with WME Validator). Instructions are on the New York/Validator page.
We are now including GHO avatars and displayed names in the editor tables below, please add your details (instructions are here) or ask someone to do it for you.
PesachZ (talk) 07:04, 1 October 2015 (UTC)
If you edit in New York, please make sure you are listed in the table below.

See New York/Notice for the archives of previous notices.


New York is a part of the Northeast region, which includes the states and/or territories of:

Delaware / New Jersey / New York / Pennsylvania.

See the Waze glossary for an expalnation of Waze terminology.

Mapping resources


Before editing the maps in New York, be sure to fully review and understand the editing manual.

The Waze user community follows the Waze etiquette guidelines discussed in the Wiki. Be sure to familiarize yourself with these guiding principals while editing the maps and this Wiki, as well as when communicating with other Waze users.

See New York/Resources for more about mapping resources for New York.

Tip: One you are familiar with the very basics of map editing, editors are strongly encouraged to download & install the WME Toolbox, WME Validator, and the NY Localization Package for WME Validator Plugins. These are VERY helpful tools for identifying problems and even offers advice how to fix them.


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The Waze forum is a great place to find answers to previously asked questions and also a place to ask new ones. Below are links to the forums specific to New York.

Area Managers for New York can be found in the table below.

New editors should consider checking into the formal mentoring program available at no charge.

Formal Mentoring is a great tool to quickly learn the ropes of editing correctly and efficiently. It includes the potential for accelerated rank and role upgrades.

The New York editing community also communicates using a Google+ page, and community, these are linked below.

Waze New York Google+ Page

Waze New York Google+ Community

Google Hangouts link to this section

There are several Google Hangouts for NY. Any editor is welcome at any of these. Their purpose is not to exclude, rather to make discussion easier to follow. Click the links below to join the respective Hangout using your Google account.

Statewide Hangouts:

  • NY Editors - "Main" hangout for statewide or advanced issues.
  • NY Boot Camp - Safe space for new editors to learn to get accustomed to how everything works.
  • NY Off-Topic Banter - Silly, off-topic nonsense goes here, so as not to clutter the other channels.

Local Hangouts:

Cities and towns


One of the most common errors when editing the maps is when an editor creates a road and does not confirm the road by setting the city and road name (or stating it has none).

Duplicate cities can be caused by incorrectly named segments and should be corrected following the guidelines in the duplicate cities article.

Some states and territories manage a separate page on cities and towns to identify the specific city names that should be entered, and no others. For states that do not have a separate page to track the names, see this Wikipedia link and find the state or territory in question.

Major roads

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New York follows the general road naming and road type guidelines of the USA.

Local naming variations

  • New York State uses NY-##, and NY-##X for all state routes and their spurs, loops, etc. (e.g. NY-27, NY-17M)
  • Concurrent routes which are signed/shielded with both names, AND commonly referred to using both names together, should use both names separated by a slash (/) as the primary name, and each individual named as an alternate name. (e.g. US-1 / US-9)
  • Interstate highways in New York City only which also have a historical or local freeway name should have that historical or local name appended after the Interstate designation, separated by a slash. (e.g., I-495 E / Long Island Expwy or I-95 N / Cross Bronx Expwy)
  • Highway name descriptors, such as TRUCK, EXPRESS, etc. should be added in ALL CAPS after the name. (e.g. US-1 TRUCK, or on a concurrent road US-1 TRUCK / US-9 TRUCK)
  • Roads which have a parallel service road (i.e. are split in a single direction such as Ocean Parkway) should have the service roads named uniquely so Wazers understand which roadway they are being routed onto. They should be named with "(Service Rd)" following the actual road name. (e.g. Ocean Pkwy, and Ocean Pkwy (Service Rd).)
    This will also identify which roadway incident and error reports were sent from. These are commonly referred to as service roads in New York, but may also be known as frontage roads, or outer roads.

FC Upgrade

New York State is currently in the process of upgrading the entire road network to meet the national guidance for road type classification. This will ensure a consistent, and better navigational experience to wazers around the country. The general guidelines for implementation are in the Road Types (USA) page. Any local deviations, and special information for New York State will be listed below.

If you would like to assist in this project in any county of the state, please ensure you are listed in the appropriate table in the Area Managers section below, and list which county you will be upgrading. Please also update the entry for that county to "in progress", with your username, and the date in the the FC Upgrade project table on the To-Do subpage.
If another editor has already started on working on that county, please add your name after them, update the date, and coordinate directly with that editor. Once you have completed the FC upgrade for an entire county, please mark it as "complete" in the table, with the completion date.
If you have trouble, or are not comfortable with updating the table, please ask someone (try any AM, or SM) to do it for you.

The Mapping Resources section has links to several FC data sources including a State DOT maintained GIS, CSV lists of all FC roads by county, and general FC information.

Tip: for editors using the FC Color Highlights script: These colors will more-or-less match the NYS DOT FC map:

NYS FC GIS Color Highlights
NYS FC Type Highlight Color
 Interstate = Fwy  black
 Principal Arterial = MH  green
 Minor Arterial = mH  red
 Collector = PS  blue
 Ramp  #8c6946 (unclassified)

Locking standard

In New York we have a set minimum standard for locking roads based on segment type. Any road of a certain segment type must be locked at least to the rank (level) in the chart below. Roads may be locked higher for protection and special situations (areas with construction, tricky design, frequent mistakes, imaging inaccuracies, and the like), but should not be locked lower.

A great time to implement these locks is while bringing the road types of an area into compliance with the current US road type standards (FC and highway systems). Lock the roads based on type after they've been set to current US road type standards.

New York Minimum Locking Rank Standard
Segment Type NYC Only  Everywhere Else
 Freeway  5
 Ramp  Highest rank of connected segment
 Major Highway  5 3
 Minor Highway  4 3
 Primary Street  3 1 (Auto)
 Street  1 (Auto)
 |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| Railroad |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-|  2
 • • • • Ferry • • • •   5
 Private Road  1 (Auto)

Note: Do Not Mass Edit just to update locks to these standards, these can adjusted as you find while editing other aspects of the segments such as FC, speed limits, naming, etc.

Some segments still warrant higher locks and care should be taken when setting segment lock to these standards to look for and protect these special setups with higher locks. Some examples; segments which are part of BDP, U-turn prevention, or using micro-doglegs, or other complex intersection setups.

You can use WME Validator to highlight segments which are locked below these standards using the custom check fields.

For NYC use the following:
  • Custom template: _${type}_:${lock}
  • Custom RegExp: /(_3_:[1-4]|_4_:[1-4]|_6_:[1-4]|_7_:[1-3]|_2_:[12])/
For Everywhere else in NYS use the following:
  • Custom template: _${type}_:${lock}
  • Custom RegExp: (_3_:[1-4]|_4_:[1-3]|_6_:[1-3]|_7_:[12])/

Local Exceptions

  • Roads which are Private (not accessible to the general public i.e. a gated entrance, buses only, etc.), Parking Lot Roads, or Non-Drivable (i.e. pedestrian plazas, boardwalks, etc.) should be classed as such (Private, PLR, Non-Drivable), regardless of what their official FC class is.
  • The NYS FC GIS is incomplete, and does not show all roads highlighted correctly for the full length on the road. When in doubt consult the Inventory Lists.
  • The NYS FC GIS will only highlight one direction (side) of a split roadway, in these cases both directions should be classed the same (at the highlighted class).

From this point, roads may be adjusted up or down the scale as indicated by the road's setup and usage ONLY with the consensus of a local RC, or SM. Examples:

  • Most of NY-17 from Binghamton to Harriman is fully limited access; it is therefore typed as Freeway (except for one 5½-mile stretch of at-grade intersections between Sanford and Hancock, where it is typed Major Highway).
  • CR-56 in Steuben County is barely wide enough for two cars, has no appreciable shoulders, and is only rarely used; based on that, its type was downgraded to Street.

If you are having difficulty in determining what road type a particular section should have, feel free to contact any of New York's, Waze Champs Country Managers, State Manager(s), or senior editors list in the table below. You can also contact the Regional Coordinator(s) orbitc (PM) and qwaletee (PM), or post to any of the New York editing community locations listed above.

See New York/Major roads for a list of Major Highways in New York which are or were being worked on.

Speed limits

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New York follows the national guidelines for adding speed limits to the map. There are a few items left up to local guidance which will be enumerated below.

👏 As of June 2016 The speed limit feature has been activated for all users in New York State. Congrats to all the editors who made this happen. 👏

National guidance recap

  • The ONLY speed limits which should be added to the map are Regulatory Speed Limits. These are marked with black lettering on white rectangular signs.
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    The following speed limits are unsupported by the WME and the Waze app, and MUST NOT be added to road segments in the WME. Road segments with posted 'advisory' speeds or special speed limits should continue the Speed Limit for passenger vehicles as posted on the black and white signs pictured above.
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    Segments with time based different speed limits should use the speed limit which is in effect the majority of the time (most hours of the day, days of the week).
  • Speed limits should change where they legally go in effect. When a speed limit changes in the middle of a segment, a new junction should added to support the SL change. However a new junction should never be added for a SL if it will be within 200 feet of an existing junction, or potential junction.

Work zone speed limits

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A work zone (WZ) may have a lower advisory speed limit (SL) posted in black on orange Advisory Speed Plaque.png, or a regulatory speed limit posted in black on white with an orange "Work Zone" banner across the top Work zone SL.png.

We only consider the regulatory signs, and never map advisory speed limits.

Now that the Speed Limit feature has gone live in the production client app (as of June 2016), adding WZ SLs to segments is generally allowed.

  • Typically only projects which are expected to last at least 3 months should be added to the map.
  • The underlying SL, and expected project completion date should be documented in a [CONSTRUCTION] UR with the keyword mph included in the text.
  • Projects of shorter duration may be added as well, IF the editor has access to frequent status updates on the project, and is willing to monitor and adjust as soon as the SL is restored.

Where speed limits change

The NYS Supplement to the MUTCD stipulates that a Speed Limit sign shall be placed at, or as near as practicable to, the beginning of a speed limit.

When adding speed limits to WME we should try to be as accurate as reasonable, while still preserving turn delays. Therefore if a speed limit changes in middle of a segment we will create a new junction to support the SL change. However if there is already an existing junction, or we can see the need to create a new junction to connect another segment to the road within 200 feet of the speed limit sign, we should mark the SL change using that existing (potential) junction node.

If at the editor's discretion in consultation with local managers, it is determined that a new junction to support a SL change between 200 - 1,000 feet away from a junction would have a negative impact on turn delay calculations, they may instead affect the SL change at an existing (potential) junction up to 1,000 feet away from the SL sign. This may be because the SL change is posted in middle of turning or exit lane where traffic regularly backs up from the following junction to before the position of the SL sign.

Click Expand for details on the direct quote from the NYS Supplement


A R2-1 sign shall be placed at, or as near as practicable to, the beginning of a linear speed limit facing traffic entering the restriction. Additional R2-1 signs shall be placed at intervals throughout restrictions longer than 1100 feet.


The R2-1 sign may be omitted when the beginning of a linear speed limit is at, or near, the closed end of a dead-end highway.


Where the beginning of a linear speed limit is at, or just before, an intersection, the Speed Limit sign should be placed beyond the intersection. Where a Speed Limit sign and a Political Boundary sign (see Section 2D.110) would conflict, the Political Boundary sign should be placed at a suitable location before or after the Speed Limit sign.

Requesting and adding speed limits for locked segments

To facilitate the process of requesting SLs be added to segments locked above your rank, or outside your editing editing area, we have implemented a request form. You may still make the requests in real time via our GHO or WME Chat if someone is available to help you of course.

For those who are able to add these SLs to the map (Area Managers, and higher ranking editors), you can view the requests list in our To Do page, and sort by lock rank and county. Please help out and add what you can.

There is a link to edit the sheet there as well so you update the status, enter your username, and leave any comments appropriate.

Special roads

Drivable roads

New York follows the standard USA guidelines for all of the following special road types.

Non-drivable roads

Review the Wiki guidelines for non-drivable roads to ensure compliance with the general guidelines.

In New York if a Non-drivable road has a name and addresses (house numbers) on it, then it should be mapped, but not connected to the drivable road network. This will allow Waze to navigate to those house numbers, and the route will stop on the drivable segment nearest the address pin. The address pin will display on the map in the correct location.

State specific special road guidelines

The following special roads are managed slightly uniquely in some states and territories.

Parking Lot Roads

This state uses the following national standard guidelines found in the Wiki for Parking Lot Roads.


This state uses the following unique guidelines for mapping alleys.

  • Alleys should always be mapped if they have a name.
  • Alleys should always be mapped if they are the sole access to a home or business.
  • Alleys should always be set to "Private"
  • Alleys are normally mapped if they are acknowledged by the municipality.

If an alley does not meet the above criteria, mapping is optional. Leave the name field blank.

Be careful adding alleys which will be closer to the destination pins for house numbers, or from Google, as this can cause all navigation to all the addresses on that block to route onto the alley instead. It may be better not to map these alleys, or you may have to adjust all the address pins to be closer to the actual roads.

Dirt roads

This state uses the following national standard guidelines found in the Wiki for Dirt Roads.


When managing a section of roadway under construction or being closed for a major event, follow the Wiki guidelines on construction zones and Real time closures.

Any road closures which you know of at least 2 days before the closure is supposed to end, should be reported using the Road Closure Form linked to on the Road Closure page above. This form can also be reached by going to

The Federal Highway Administration keeps a website indexing all states that can provide highway and construction project information. Go to the page, find your state, and check the links for the desired information.

New York City has a list of closures at the GIS for NYC. You can also access weekly, and weekend construction reports published by the NYC DOT.

Some other counties have GIS systems that may provide useful information as well.

Recurring closures and events

See New York/Closures for a list of (recurring) events and closures in New York, and to coordinate with other editors in the region on submitting these events and closures to Waze.


New York follows the USA standard for Places. Do not deviate from the guidelines without first obtaining consensus to do so via the state forum linked on this page.

Naming Standard

Names have been standardized for many public agencies which have multiple locations in NYC. This makes the map look more professional and uniform. The names have been designed to work well with instant search, regular search, and to be clear and concise in the map display. Please ensure all places defined below follow these guidelines.

  • Places which are part of a larger encompassing place (i.e. place points for lot in a university area, Separate ER entrances in a hospital area, etc.) should be named with their unique name followed by a hyphen and the name of the larger area they belong to. For example "Student Parking Lot C - StudyHard University"

Specific names per agency

All places for the following agencies in NYC should be names according to the same standard as follows:

  • NYPD precincts: "NYPD - " followed by the precinct number, then the full word "Precinct", (replace the number with the correct precinct number). If it doesn't have a number use the name.
    • "NYPD - 44th Precinct"
    • "NYPD - Brooklyn South Task Force"
  • FDNY fire stations: "FDNY - " followed by the first letter of the listed apparatus and number for that station. The order for listed apparatuses should be: Division, Battalion, Rescue, Hazmat, Squad, Ladder, Engine. You may add the full name of specialty units (e.g., "Rescue 2") as an alternate Place name.
    • "FDNY - B24, L123, E90"
    • "FDNY - S60"
  • FDNY * EMS stations: Start with "FDNY * EMS - " followed by the station number or other title. Use the Fire Station category.
    • "FDNY * EMS - Station 35"
    • "FDNY * EMS - Division 2"
  • Subways stations: Start with the line (IRT, IND, or BMT), followed by the station name, a hyphen, and list the trains which you can access from that station.
    • "IRT Utica Ave - 3,4"
    • "IRT Pelham Bay Park - 6"
    • "IRT / BMT Atlantic Ave - 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, R"
  • Public schools: If the school has an abbreviation in the name, use it. Abbreviate common names as follows;
    Public School = PS
    Elementary School = ES
    Middle School = MS
    Intermediate School = IS
    High School = HS
    Vocational High School = VHS
    Numbered schools should be named with the school type, number, hyphen, school name if applicable.
    • "PS-113 - George Montgomery ES"
    • "HS-72 - Abraham Lincoln HS"
  • USPS: Start the name with "Post Office" and the zip code, if there is a station specific name, put that after the zip code separated by a hyphen (-).
    • "Post Office 10001 - James A Farley"
    • "Post Office 10469"
    • "Post Office 11213 - St John's Pl"
  • US VA Hospitals and Centers: Should be named with their official name as the primary name. For VA hospitals "(US Veterans Only)" should be added to the end of the primary name, and as the first line of the description. In the primary name "VA" should be expanded as "Veterans Affairs", so as not to cause a TTS conflict with Virginia. Names can be shortened to remove extraneous words, for example replace "Campus of the" from the official name with a hyphen (-). Any colloquial names should be added as alt names, so they are returned in search results, and also at the beginning of the description, so they are visible on the place preview page in the client.
    • The official name "Brooklyn Campus of the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System" should be modified to "Brooklyn Veterans Affairs - NY Harbor Healthcare System"
    • The official name "James J. Peters VA Medical Center" should be modified to "James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center", with alternate names "Bronx VA Hospital", and "Bronx Veterans Affairs Hospital". See this example in WME.

See New York/Places for the full "Place Name Harmonization" list approved for use in this region (this may possibly include places approved only for a specific state other than New York).

Locking Standard

Places considered fundamental to the functioning of the Waze app, such as Gas Stations, should be locked to Rank 4.

Complex, intricate, or crucial Places such as Hospitals, Police Stations, Fire Departments, Airports, Parks, etc. should be locked at least to Rank 4.

This is to prevent loss of data due to automatic acceptance of Place Update submissions from Trusted Users, or Place Update Request approvals from other editors without careful examination.
If you do not have a high enough enough rank to lock the place a Rank 4+, please lock it as high as you can, and consider asking a higher rank AM, SM, CM, or Champ to lock it higher.


Not every camera-looking device at an intersection is a speed or red light camera. Generally speaking:

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    a speed camera takes a photograph of a vehicle when it passes by the camera at too high a speed.
  • Camera4true.png
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    a red light camera takes a photograph of a vehicle that enters an intersection after the light is red. In some areas, it takes the photograph when a vehicle is not clear of the intersection some period after the light turns red.

Be sure to know your cameras before accepting new camera reports.

When adding a camera, be sure to review the camera placement recommendations.

Laws regarding speed and red light cameras vary between the states and territories, so be sure to understand the details of camera legality in New York.

Based on information researched at the time this page was created, the limited legality of red light and speed cameras in New York is described in this page.

No other camera types should be mapped in Waze.

  • Report hidden police.png a mobile speed camera is a speed camera which is easily moved from place to place to be deployed in targeted enforcement areas. These should be reported as Hidden Police. These are usually mounted on the roof racks of vehicles which can be parked on the side, or on a service road to capture vehicle traffic in both directions in all lanes of that road. They issue tickets to vehicles traveling above the speed limit. New York City for example issues speed camera tickets to vehicles traveling at least 11 mph above the speed limit.
    Due to their nature of quickly changing locations, a police report will instantly alert other drivers in the area of targeted enforcement. In the details section you can type mobile speed camera. The long delay in reporting a camera, getting it approved on the map, and waiting for a tile update to take effect, makes it futile for these types of cameras.
  • Camera3true.png a dummy / fake red light camera should not be mapped in New York State, because they CANNOT issue tickets.
  • Other camera types, cameras or signs that either provide driver feedback or are used for traffic control. These devices CANNOT issue tickets and should not be mapped.

To do list

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Many states and territories keep an active list of pending or closed actions that need to be done in the state by the editors. All editors are welcome to contribute to the list of activities.

If you have any additions, updates, corrections, or suggestions for this page, feel free to edit it yourself, or send a PM to one of the RCs or SMs listed below.

Thank you, and Happy Wazing!

General tasks

Primary issues for maintaining the road network

  • Remove unneeded junction nodes (those not at intersections, or separating segments with different properties, i.e. city-name, street name, speed limit, elevation, allowed U-turns, or splitting a segment which is over 10km long).
  • Remove excess geometry nodes (those which are not changing the geometry of a segment). When the geometry node is very near the end of a segment double check while zoomed-in to see if the geometry node is actually changing the turn angle.
  • Inspect and correct connectivity of necessary junctions.
    • A great resource for locating, and learning how to fix connectivity, and many other issues is the WME Validator script, and the NY Localization Package for WME Validator. All active editors should have this amazing script. Just be careful, WME Validator highlights POTENTIAL problems, not everything which is highlighted needs to be fixed.
  • Update the road network "Street Types" to match FC, for more information see FC update info
  • Update all segment "Street Names" in accordance with the guidelines in the Road Names (USA) wiki article, and the New York State specific guidelines.
  • Inspect and correct overpasses/underpasses to ensure that the segments are on different levels, and do not have a junction node where they meet.
  • Ensure that any roads crossing at the same elevation level have a junction node connecting them.

See New York/To do for a list of editing projects in New York State, and to track and update their statuses.

Area Managers

The table below identifies the editors also designated as Area Managers or higher who are editing in New York. If you have any questions, please consider contacting them directly as needed. If you are an Area Manager that covers New York, or a USA Country Manager that does a lot of work in New York, please add yourself to this list (alphabetical by username) in the correct rank section.

The editor who also serves as the Regional Coordinator for New York is automatically listed at the top of the table. That editor may not be highly active in this state and therefore may not be listed separately in the table.

New York — Area, State and Country Managers
Regional Coordinator(s): orbitc (PM) and qwaletee (PM)
  GHO Display Name
Area Managed Comments
Country Managers (Northeast region)
(Add to or edit Country and State sections of table)
orbitc(6) [PM] Profile L6.png
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  Orbit C
Entire State of NY, also DE, NJ, PA. CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT BadgeRC-Temp.pngBadge MapRaider.pngBadge GlobalChamp.pngBadge Mentor Global Champ.png
Coordinator of Region 9 Northeast & 8 New England
karlcr9911(6) [PM] Profile L6.png
Avatar karlcr9911.jpg
Statewide Badge Mentor Local Champ.pngBadge CountryManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
AM NYC / SM TX & NH / US Champ, CM, & WME Mentor
PesachZ(6) [PM] Profile L6.png
Avatar PesachZ.jpg
Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, also active in some parts of NJ Badge MapRaider.pngBadge LocalChamp.pngBadge Mentor Local Champ.pngBadge StateManager.png
Qwaletee(6) [PM] Profile L6.png
Very active in NJ and Metro NYC. SM for all of Northeast and New England regions. Badge Mentor.pngBadge LocalChamp.pngBadge MapRaider.pngBadge CountryManager.pngBadge StateManager.png
Local Champ. Resident of NJ. SM NJ,NY,PA,New England.
DrNeubie(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
Avatar DrNeubie.jpg
Entire state w/ focus on Long Island and NYC Badge StateManager.pngBadge CountryManager.png
PA State Mgr/Country Mgr
ialangford(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
Avatar ialangford.jpg
NYC Badge CountryManager.png
SC and Los Angeles
MojaveCactusMonkey(5) [PM] Profile L5.png Manhattan & 5 boroughs area Badge Mentor.pngBadge StateManager.png
PhantomSoul(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
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Hudson Valley and the Catskills Badge Mentor.pngBadge CountryManager.pngBadge StateManager.png
voludu2(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
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SM in PA, active in NY
help out in DE, NJ, MD
Badge CountryManager.pngBadge StateManager.pngBadge Mentor.pngBadge MapRaider.png
Resident of PA
xanderb(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
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Statewide Badge CountryManager.pngBadge StateManager.pngBadge Mentor.pngBadge MapRaider.png
KY SM and CM
State Managers (Northeast region)
Joyriding(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
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Statewide Badge MapRaider.pngBadge StateManager.png
ShadowMasterCM(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
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  Craig M
Statewide with a focus on Upstate NY Badge StateManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
Area Managers
(Add to or edit this section)
Fredo-p(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
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Staten Island Badge StateManager.png
Jakflash(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
  Gary M
Entire state w/ focus on Hudson Valley Badge StateManager.pngBadge CountryManager.png
FL State Mgr / Country Mgr
nzahn1(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
Avatar nzahn1.png
  Nick Zahn
Shelter Island Badge StateManager.pngBadge AreaManager.png
MD State Manager
Pumrum(5) [PM] Profile L5.png Bronx, Manhattan, Queens Badge Mentor.pngBadge StateManager.png
russblau(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
  Russell Blau
Westchester County Badge AreaManager.pngBadge StateManager.png
DC State Manager
TheLastTaterTot(5) [PM] Profile L5.png
  Patti TaterTot
Entire state
with focus on Queens and Long Island
Badge StateManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
RI State Manager
bummerdude69(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
Avatar bummerdude69.jpg
  John Sanborn
Brooklyn (from NYC MR) Badge MapRaider.png
IamtheLexx(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
Avatar IamtheLexx.jpg
  Chris IamtheLexx
Lockport Badge AreaManager.pngBadge StateManager.png
Ontario Manager
JB15TM(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
  John Beck
Lower Westchester Badge AreaManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
JTBernier(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
Avatar JTBernier.jpg
  Jim Bernier
Northern NY / Jefferson, Oswego, St. Lawrence Counties Badge AreaManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
Poncewattle(4) [PM] Profile L4.png
Avatar Poncewattle.jpg
Bronx Badge AreaManager.pngBadge StateManager.png
DE State Manager
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Central and Western NY Badge Mentor.pngBadge AreaManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
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  Chris Bennett
Buffalo, WNY, Southern Teir
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  Kyle M
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NYC Closure Team
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  John S
Nassau County, Long Island Badge MapRaider.png
NYC Closure Team
john-cole(3) [PM] Profile L3.png Syracuse Major portion of CNY area
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RTC-New York City, NYC Metro Area & Long Island, NY and I-78/95 Corridor, NJ
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  Warren G
Suffolk County, Long Island
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  Steve Mandl
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The following editors are also editing in the state and may be working towards an Area Manager position. Feel free to contact them for assistance in their respective areas.

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  Ben Chandler
Southern Tier Badge AreaManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
Thailand AM
clubjuggle(3) [PM] Profile L3.png NYC Metro (mainly Manhattan), Northern NJ, Southeastern/South Central PA Travel from near Harrisburg to NYC most weekends. Feel free to contact me for BOTG
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Pike county PA, northern NJ, & Orange county NY Badge StateManager.pngBadge AreaManager.pngBadge MapRaider.png
Thailand RM. Pike County AM. Former NJ Resident and Currently living in PA
GeekDriverPeaceful(3) [PM] Profile L3.png
  John L
Rochester NY I love to help! Resident of NJ
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  Keith M
Eastern Suffolk County
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  John M
Massachusetts, Northern CT, NY along I-90
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  Avi Tapp
Western NY/Buffalo/Niagara Falls
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  Kyle M
Syracuse/Central NY
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Buffalo Area
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  Dan B
Capital District
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Queens/Bronx/Manhattan (42nd St to South Ferry)/I-95 Corridor (MA->NY) Currently Living in NYC/Queens
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Lower Hudson Valley to CT
JakePost(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Brooklyn/Manhattan, NY
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Capital District/Hudson Valley
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Manhattan and Eastern LI
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Westchester/I-287 corridor(NY->NJ) Former NY resident who periodically visits and currently resides in SC
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  Michael S
Manh, W Kings, a little BX, SI, Westchester Grew up in NYC, live in MD, active in MD/DC editing, occasionally visit family in NYC
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  Nick Perry
NHBlueBimmer(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Catskills, Adirondacks, and surrounding area. Living and editing in NH
nikrg1(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, & occasionally Staten Island. (Also in CT)
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  Barry Hill
Westchester/Putnam/Dutchess Counties and the NY-22 Corridor to Hillsdale, NY
Radon214(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Warren/Washington/Saratoga FC upgrades. Not yet mentored.
Road_Tripper_27(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Madison, Oneida, and Chenango Counties
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  Eric K
Dutchess County and surrounding
Swami07601(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Bronx Manhattan Bergen County NJ resident
Tirless(2) [PM] Profile L2.png Syracuse/Central NY
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  Tyler Malo
Buffalo/Niagara/Niagara Falls, NY
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Genesee/Wyoming/Potter County, Pa. Travels to N. Central Pa. Often and all over Upstate NY
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Catskills/Hudson Valley/northern NJ
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  Ali Hamze
Islip, NY
Arazucontractingandlawncare(1) [PM] Profile L1.png CNY Greater CNY Area, from Van Buren to Manlius, and from Cicero to Onondaga Nation
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Central NY and I also travel to the Southern Tier frequently
CheekyBreeky(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Utica, NY
Dan061(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Queens, NY FC Upgrades
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  Dan Coco
Rochester and Western NY
DennyK413(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Capital District/Berkshire County, MA
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  Tonia Williams
earble(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Binghamton
eprocks99(1) [PM] Profile L1.png
  Elliot Paimany
Nassau County, Long Island
fc_alex(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Brooklyn/Staten Island/Manhattan, NY
MINI_FLX(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Finger Lakes and Rochester
motty_shain(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Rockland County, NY
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  My Apprehension
onthehudson2(1) [PM] Profile L1.png Manhattan, Westchester
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  soxfaninny (Bruce)
New Paltz/Gardiner/Mid Hudson Valley
TzuMomx3 [PM] Profile L2.png Western New York and Southern Tier
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  Lucas Fox
Catskills/Mid Hudson Valley/Albany, NY

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